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NEAR SAME SPOT
One of Nine Occupants of Autsmobile
Believed to be Fatally Injured.
Clinton, Oct. 15.?Two accidents
occurred within one mil of Dover
Jmnction here this afternoon, about
Three hours later a train on the Co"was
wrecked, resulting in injury to
two passengers and the fireman.
Three hous later a train on the Columbia,
Newberry and Laurens line
struck an automobile containing nine
passengers^ One occupant of the car
is believed to have been fatally injured.
The accidents occurred almost
at the same spot.
Train No. 5, southbound Seaboard
Testibule to Atlanta, was wrecked
three miles from here today shortly
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*uver i u ciuvis. oxiu a.? a ic^un, im^
ipefscms were hurt, alth&ijgh. none
was killed. The mail and express
cars left the track, although all occupants
escaped without injury.
The negro fireman, Jim Haddon
jumped and was seriously hurt, although
it is thought !he will recover.
John Yates, the engineer, remained
at his post and escaped injudy.
Two passengers, C. F. Rossman of
Pittsburgh and C. F. Smith of Mountville,
w^ere both hurt. They w?r rushed
to the hospital here th1' u
ternoon and was given every a n n.
-It is stated toy the physicians
<both. will recover. A turned rail v
the cause of the wreck. The train
was being pulled by Engineer John
Yates and was in charge of Conductor
W. 'As. Lane. As soon as the message
was received here, medical attention
was rushed to the scene and
everything possible was done for the
relief and comfort of the injured.
The p'atients brought here this afternoon
are resting quietly tonight
and none is reported fatally injured.
Thp spmnd accident of the day oc
curred about three hours later within
a half mile of the scene of the Seaboard
wreck when tra;u No. 53, Columbia,
iXewberry & Laurens passenger
to Charleston, ran into an automobile
with nine passengers at a
grade crossing. The car attempted
to cross the track as the train was
approaching and was completely
wrecked as a result. Ellen Doug
lass sustained a fractured skull and
will probably die. The other eight
passengers were hurt, although none
seriously and will probably recover.
All were taken to the hospital here
this afternoon, where they are toeing
given every possible medical attention.
The passengers were citizeus
of the Clinton mill village and were
on their way to services at Hurricane
church when the colision occurred.
MAIL CLERK HURT
IJT ROYSTER WRECK
A. Y. Willis, postal clerk, was painfully
hurt last night -and a dozen or
more passengers shaken up and slightly
bruised when Atlantic Coast Line
train, No. 53, collided "with some
freight cars in the Royster yards.
Mr. Willis was rushed to the Baptist
hospital. Surgeons say that he -will
be out "within a day or two, as his
injuries consist in contusions on the
face and forehead. J. A. Thweatt,
the baggage master, escaped with
minor injuries. The engineer and
tj self of tl
1/ and other
I come fron
I in^, is to
?\ nn/4 iica i
;ireman saved themselves by jumping.
This same train earlier in the day
struck an automobile just out of Clinton,
when two of the passengers were
jadly hurt, one of them possibly
fatally. Conductor Heinsburger was
in charge of the train in both accidents.
A change of engines had been
made m coiumoia. isngmeer crauui
and Mac Cannon, the negro fireman, ,
on the engine in the last wreck were
bruised from jumping. Their injuries (
were slight, but another crew was
dispatched when the train left for
Charleston later in the evening. The
train pulled out of the terminal station
one hour late, having been delayed
by the Clinton accident. No change
was made in equipment. The train
left at 8:47 o'clock last night after a
delay of two hours, incident to clearing
A. A. Richardson, chief game warden,
and A. A. Berley and W. J. Fanning
assistants, were on the train,
going to Georgetown, where certain
cases of violation of fish laws were
to have been called this morning.
All three members of the party were
suffering from bruises and cuts.
YICTIM SUCCUXBS TO 1>JUEY
Clinton Oct. 16 Mrs. Ellen Douglas,
who sustained a froctured skull
yesterday when a passenger train-on
! the Columbia, Newberry & Lauren*
line struck a car in which she was
riding, died here last night at the hospital.
-'After being struck she never
regained consciousness and lived oniy
a few hours. The other eight passengers
who were in the c.:r with her
t at the time of the accident are badly
bruised but all will probably recover, I
according to a statement given out
this morning from the physicians in
The inquest was held this morning
by Coroner Hairston. There were J
several eye witnesses to the accident,
and according to their testimony the
train and car were miming po.i?nc.i i
v;itfc each other up to the time they
reached the crossing. As the car
attempted to pass the crossing the engine
caught it on the front end and
completely whirled the machine
around, throwing out all of the occupants.
Had the car been struck
I sauarelv in all probability <all nine
passengers would have been killed.
The driver failed to see the train until
it was almost on him, and immediately
threw on his brakes but
was caught on the crossing.
The two passengers hurt in the
Seaboard wreck yesterday and
brought 'here to the hospital are rest- j
ing well and their condition was reported
this morning as improving. The
negro fireman who was badly hurt was
carried to his home at Abbeville. The
wreck was cleared last night and after
several hours' delay all Seaboard
trains are now running on regular
'Possums Are Coming In.
Green wod Journal.
'Possums for the big feast which
will be given on Friday night, November
10th, 'by the local T. P. A's.
are coming in. A colored man delivered
nine marsupials to Capt. F
! S. Evans, in charge of the commis'
isary 'department, this morning,
i About 50 'possums will help fatten
tut? uili \JL 1A1W.
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r to rid himtie
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QUALITY THE MOST ESENTIALf
THIX? IN LIVE STOCK
Farm and Fireside, the national
farm peper, says about lire stock:
"Quality becomes more essential
to profit in live-stock farming each;
KPAsnrt When labor, land and feed!
were cheap it was possible to realize
a profit on lire stock of an: inferior J
grade, but with the present iigh cost
of these production factors and a con- ^
stant discrimination on the market:'
against the 'scrub' it has become evident
that the greatest profit can be
expected only from live stock of good
quality. It may be possible for the
feeder or dealer to make a profit on
inferior live stock if he is able to buj
it sufficiently cheap and sell and sell
naimllr- anmwvnft haa not
4Ul^AlJy 'U U L uouv***;
realized the greatest possible profit;
when a scrub goes to market. If it j
is not the feeder, it is the man who
produced the animal."
One of those mules with horse sense
pulling the oil wagon stepped on Mr.!
Jack Gregory's foot and cut it severe-'
ly, although there was no sense in!
that. iWhat makes it worse is that!
it was the lazy mule which did the
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. j
Sims G. Brown, Eugene C. Brown,
Carolus B. Brown, and Annie C.
William R. Brown, John L. Brown,
J. C. Brown, Allen Brown and Bry-'
son Brown, Defendants.
Pursuant to an Order of Court, here-;
in, 1 will cell to the highest bidder j
within the legal hours of sale, be-1
fore the Courthouse at Newberry, 3. j
C., on Monday, salesday, November 6, j
1916: All that tract or plantation of
land lying and being situate in Township
Number 2, County of Newberry,
State of South Carolina, containing;
three hundred (300) acres, more orj
less, bounded on the north by lands of'
C. S. Suber and Mrs. Mary Gibson Cannon,
on the East by lands of Mrh. Nina
Gibson Brown and John R. Ruff, on
the South bf lands of Mrs. Susan A.
Hunter and on the West by the Buncombe
road, on the following terms,
to-wit: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash and the balance
on a credit of one and two years,
with the privilege to the purcnaser
or purchasers to anticipate the credit
portion in whole or in part, secured
by a bond of the purchaser and' a
mortgage of the premises sold. The
credit portion to bear interest from
the day of sale at the rate of eight
per cent, per annum, interest payable
annually, the mortgage also to provide
for ten per cent. Attorney's fees
in case of collection by an Attorney
or foreclosure ,and to provide further
that the mortgagor shall p.^.y all taxes
on sai<l premises, rurcnaser to y<xj
for papers and recording same.
H. H. RIKARD.
, . 'Master
October 10, 1916.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PL?AS.
J. Epps Brown, Sophia Brown, Mc
LI Distant postom 1i
(/ATtKTtp MY 0, 1?t>
)J regular Pottum fn M f/oa
S3 term nothing added. Soe direction* >B?
< 9 for preparing on other tide. JB
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Creight, Eugene C. Brown, Carolus
B. Brown, Annie C. Davis and Mary
L. brown, Plaintiffs,
John L. Brown, William R. Brown,
J. C. Brown, Allen Brown and Bryson
Pursuant to an Order of Court here-1
in, I will sell to the highest bidder
within the legal hours of sale, before
the Courthouse door at New
Lterrj, a. on jionaay, saiesaay,
Noreraber 6, 1916: All that piece,
pared or tract of land lying and
being situate in the County of New-j
berry, State of South Carolina, containing
one hundred (100) acres, mora
or less, bounded on the North by lands
o.T C. S. Suber, East by the Buncomba
liosui, on the South by lands of Mary
A. Brown and Sallie Hodges, and on
the West by lands of Sallie C. Brown,
on the following terms, to-wit: Onethird
of the purchase money in casn
and the balance on a credit of one
and two years, with the privilege to
the purchaser or purchasers to anticipate
the credit portion in whole or
in part, secured by a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises
sold, the credit portion to bear
interest from the day of sale at the
rate of eight per cent, per annum, intoroof
mvaVilo onnuollv HTVi a mCo
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also to provide for ten per cent. Attorney's
fees in case of collection by
an attorney or foreclosure and to
provide further that the mortgagor
shall pay all taxes on said premises
and insure the dwelling thereon
against loss or d'r.iage by fire and
assign the said insurance policy to
the martagee. Purchaser to pay for
papers and recording same.
H. H. RIKARD.
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October 10, 1916.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NB.YlBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
George W: Bowers, Plaintiff,
Fred Johnson, First National Bank of
Clinton, South Carolina, J. P. Johnson,
Mary L. Johnson and Lula
By virtue of an Order of the Court
herein, I will sell before the Court
House at Newberry, South Carolina,;
within the legal hours of sale, at publis
auction to the highest bidder, on
Monday, Salesday in November, 1916,
the same being the 6th day of said
month: All that piece, parcel or
tract of land Tying, being and situated
in the County and State aforesaid,
containing one hundred and fifty
(150) acres, more or less, and bounded
on the North and East by lands of
J. W. Smith; South by lands of Fred
Johnson and J. B. Johnson; and West
by lands of W. F. Keliey. This being
the same tract of land conveyed
to me by B. Walker Wicker on April
22nd, 1899, which said deed is now
of record in the office of the Register
or Mesne uonveyunce ior :\ewoerry
Cotmty in Deed Eook No. 15 at page
Terms of Saie: One-half of the
purchase money in cash and the balance
in twelve months from the day
of sale, the credit- portion to be secured
by bond of the purchaser and a
mortgage of the premises, "which bond
and mortgage shall provide for interest
from the date of sale until paid
in full at the rate of eight per cent
per annum, interest paid annually;
and shall also provide for ten per
f>?nt Attrvrnov'a fopc in fflSP rwf
lection or suit by an attorney, with
leave to anticipate the payment of
the credit portion in whole or in
part, the purchaser to pay for stamps
and recording of same. The successful
bidder at such sale shall be rei
quired: to deposit at once with the
Master, as evidence of gaad faith,:
Fifty and nojlOO ($50.00) Dollars, and i
in case he fails to deposit same at!
once, the Master will resell said pre-'
mises at once at said bidder's risk
and the successful bidder shall Do
required to comply with the terms of j
sale within ten d:ys after said sale. |
and in case he fails to do so, the
Master will resell said property on'
some convenient Salesday - there
after at the risk of the former pur-!
H. H. RIKARD, !
October 11, 1916.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
COURT OF COMMON JPLBAtS.
Ltouis F. Cooper, Plaintiff,
William W. Bullock and William R.;
Reid, Defendants. j i
Pursuant to an order of the Court <
ic-rein, I will sell to the highest bidder
it public auction, within the legal "
lours of sale, before the Courhouse at :
dewberry, S. C., on November 6, 191<5, '
he same bing salesday, all that lot, 1
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piece or parcel of land lying and be- ti(
ing situate in the Town of Newberry,! su
County of Newberry, State of South : te
Carolina, containing forty-three one ; mi
hundredths (43,'ICO) of an acre, more j pr
or less, bounded on the east by College j fa
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street, on tiic souiu uy ua-iv bucci, vu : w
the west by Caldwell street, and on j cr
the north by lot of Mrs. Xannie (W. | pu
Davenport. Terms of sale: the pur-; pa
chaser to pay one-third of the pur-1 TT
chase price in cash and the balance j $1
in one and two equal annual instal-, as
ments, secured by bond of the purchas- hii
er and a mortgage of the premises: wi
Bold, and with interest from the day da
of sale at the rate of eight per cent, th'
per annum, payable annually until the iei
wliole debt is paid, interest to bear pi;
interest at eight per cent, if not paid
when due, the mortgage to contain the
usual insurance clause for the protec- Oc
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a of Silveritrett, known
good pasture and ex?
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:h makes it equal to a
le. Price S40 per acre.
erstreet, South Carolina
>n of the debt, the amount of the in- J
ranee to be designated by the Masr,
with leave to the holder of the
ftrtgage to carry insurance for his
otection if the mortgagors should
il to do so, with leave to the puraser
to anticipate payment of the
edit portion in whole or in part. The
irchaser will be required to pay for
pers, recording and revenue stamps,
le purchaser to be required to pay '1
00.00 in cash to the Master as soon J
the property is knocked down to 1
cc and upon his failure to comply J
th the terms of his bid within ten i
ys, the property will be resold at
e purchasers risk on some convenlt
salesdciy to be designated by the
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tober 10, 1916. * '':] j